Paul Kiel

Paul Kiel is a reporter for ProPublica, an independent, nonprofit newsroom.

Many people are too broke for bankruptcy. A new report suggests some fixes. Paul Kiel
Who’s more likely to be audited: A person making $20,000 — or $400,000? Paul Kiel
You don’t earn much and you’re being audited by the IRS. Now what? Paul Kiel
Newly defanged, top consumer protection agency drops investigation of high-cost lender Paul Kiel
How to get away with bankruptcy fraud Paul Kiel
Get sick, get sued: Nebraska's poor have never had it worse Paul Kiel
Small debt is destroying black lives: Institutional racism and the wealth gap America still refuses to acknowledge Paul Kiel
Capital One wants you bankrupt: No lender sues more of its customers than the low-interest credit card company Paul Kiel
Black America is being squeezed: How collection suits decimate communities of color Paul Kiel
Retailer that preys on U.S. soldiers pledges reform, rebrands Paul Kiel
One nation drowning in debt: Why so many Americans are so exposed Paul Kiel
Federal probe targets high-cost lender World Finance Paul Kiel
To dodge law, high-interest lender gives away cash Paul Kiel
How Washington restricted payday loans Paul Kiel
Former employees: Bank of America regularly lied to homeowners Paul Kiel